by: Lauren

Hello again friends! I hope you’re enjoy this fine day. ;) Wedding Planning Advice is a new little feature I’m adding for 2012 to give you all even more tips and advice on Thursdays! The posts will be composed of quotes from the pros in Every Last Vendor on the advice they have for brides! :)

{Wedding Planning Advice} Talk To Your Photographer! via

“My number once piece of advice: TALK with your photographer about your wedding day time line. The time of day you get married will GREATLY affect the look of your photos. So talk to your photographer! They’ll make sure you have the best images possible :)”

– Ashley McCormick


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Lauren Grove is the editor and owner of Every Last Detail. A clueless bride-turned-wedding planner, Lauren uses her experiences and knowledge to educate and inspire brides all over the world.

4 responses to {Wedding Planning Advice} Talk To Your Photographer!

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  1. Brynn

    Great tip! Lighting is key for awesome photos.

  2. Chris McCafferty

    Yes indeed – communication with your photographer can save a lot of hassle on the day.

    A little planning goes a long way.


  3. Edmonton Photographer (Susan)

    I could not agree more. Lighting and time of day are very interrelated and can make or break a photo shoot!

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